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    Snake husbandry spreadsheet

    I have been using this site to track my husbandry.
    I want to make a spreadsheet to do this. Has anyone done this already? If not, I am then looking for suggestions for what to put in the spreadsheet. The obvious stuff is feeding info, shed info and weight info. What else should I put in it?

    If I have to make it from scratch it will take a while, but I basically want to make it so I can enter data from my cell, or a tablet.

    I am thinking of using html or excel. I am not 100% sure what I will use to make it.

    When I complete it I will share it on here. Please dont expect anything for at least a month as I only have weekends to work on this.

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    I use iherp.com. for all my tracking.

    Based on your description, I think it's worth checking out.
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    Re: Snake husbandry spreadsheet

    Quote Originally Posted by Craiga 01453 View Post
    I use iherp.com. for all my tracking.

    Based on your description, I think it's worth checking out.
    Omg THANK YOU!!!

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    Re: Snake husbandry spreadsheet

    I cant get my email to verify. DOH!

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    Re: Snake husbandry spreadsheet

    Quote Originally Posted by sur3fir3 View Post
    I cant get my email to verify. DOH!

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    Hmmmm. That's odd.
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    Re: Snake husbandry spreadsheet

    I'll check out iherp as well, I've just been using Google sheets since it auto syncs thus far.

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    Re: Snake husbandry spreadsheet

    Yep, 2nd for Google Sheets.

    Here's a screenshot of how I track things. This is one of my ball pythons. I have a main tab for all the snakes that includes their seller/breeder, birth/hatch date, date and price of purchase, and their full morph list. The individual pages just have their records.


    I made a data validation dropdown for shed stages so I can just choose from the list instead of type. Been meaning to do it with feeder types also. I shorthand my feeder info column also.. F = frozen, L = Live. The number is the weight of the prey if measured that day and R = Rat, M = Mouse; since I breed rats, I go by weight since my development stages don't quite match up to weights... right now I have some 30+ gram fuzzies at 12 days old, for example.

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    Last edited by pretends2bnormal; 07-10-2019 at 07:26 PM.

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    I use a Google Sheets with only 2 columns: date and a descriptor.

    If I feed, date and prey item. Weight, date and weight. Shed, date and start or end of shed. Pretty simple.

    I color code the descriptor as well for quick reference. A feeding is green. Sheds are light blue. Weights are in red.

    No reason to get all crazy with it.

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